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  • Slashdot is one of the feeds I read through Bloglines [bloglines.com]. And if anything looks interesting then I'll clickthru and read the story. That might happen a couple of times a day.

    But I _never_ read the comments.
    • But I _never_ read the comments.

      I only read computer related comments. Most everything else becomes a rant against religion and the bashing of Christians by people who, if the could see themselves, are just as bad as the things they are writing about.

      • But I _never_ read the comments.

        Most everything else becomes a rant against religion and the bashing of Christians

        See, now that's something I _would_ make an exception for. Christian-baiting is always fun :-)

        by people who, if the could see themselves, are just as bad as the things they are writing about.

        Rationalism is never as bad as superstition.

        • Careful there, Dave. You keep that up and the Christians are going to remember Luke 19:27. (Actually, they've remembered it for a long time and used it for many justifications, but they generally don't like to talk about it any more).

          • For those inclined to lash out at me, I know that's embedded in a parable. The parable, in part, seems to suggest that the coming of the Lord is not imminent, but the faithful must go forth and do the work of the Lord. And like much of the Koran, it can be interpreted pretty much how a particular individual wants it to be interpreted.

            • For those inclined to lash out at me, I know that's embedded in a parable.

              I didn't see any lashing. : )